Do I Need A Will?

Do I need to make a will?
According to recent research, almost two thirds of adults in the UK don’t have a will. Contrary to popular opinion, wills aren’t only necessary for the elderly or those suffering from ill health – there are lots of circumstances in which you might need to make one. Who Needs to Make a Will? A will

2019: A year in figures

A year in figures
Client Survey 2019 stats
Bellevue Law is co-sponsor of this year’s Home-Start Wandsworth Christmas Carol Service which takes place on Tuesday 17 December at St Anne’s Church in Wandsworth. Bellevue Law’s founder, Florence Brocklesby said: “We are firm believers in the work that Home-Start does in supporting families with under 5s and those who are soon to be parents.
Harriet Turnbull
Bellevue Law has hired Harriet Turnbull as a senior consultant from another Wandsworth Law firm to launch its private client service. “As soon as we met Harriet, we knew that we had to work together,” explains Bellevue Law founder Florence Brocklesby. “Harriet’s work for Wandsworth families and City workers on their wills has been her
How Bellevue Law can help employers.
Extensive experience representing some of the world’s biggest employers, coupled with a human approach. Bellevue Law’s expert practitioners combine years of experience at international firms with a highly personal, cost-effective service.  Founder Florence Brocklesby and colleagues Pauline McArdle, Leigh Edgar, and Victoria Misselbrook talk about the firm’s unique business model, and how their experience in
Bellevue Law is very proud to share that we have been ranked in this year’s Legal 500 directory for the quality of our employment law advice to senior executives. “It’s a testament to the kind of firm that I wanted to set up five years ago,” explains Florence Brocklesby, founder of Bellevue Law. “From day
What misconduct means for regulated industries in the post MeToo era.
Until fairly recently, allegations of sexual misconduct in the workplace were often brushed under the carpet or accepted as something commonplace and to be expected. 2017’s watershed #MeToo moment has changed all of that. Not only do people feel more empowered to speak out about such abuse, but also what was once considered a private
If you're facing redundancy, Bellevue Law are here to help.
Even if it’s not entirely unexpected, being selected for redundancy can provoke a strong emotional response. Perhaps the decision feels unfair – or even personal. Or, conversely, perhaps it feels like an unexpected bonus.   In some circumstances, you might question whether you have been selected for a discriminatory reason (for example, if you’ve recently